Student Accountability and Behavior Management

In my classroom, it’s all about responsibility and accountability.  I found a way to maintain positive communication with parents while still holding the student accountable in the classroom.  I put library card holders (Dollar Tree) in their mailboxes so it is not a center focus in my classroom. For me at this point in the year, I rarely have to tell a student to move the card because behavior is not an issue in my classroom (most of the time:)

I just printed labels and went through with a cheap highlighter and colored it.  I did not want to highlight the red, yellow, and green because of the negative stigma associated with those colors.  I chose Purple, Orange, and Green.

The labels say:

I am ready to learn (top)
I need to make better choices (middle)
I need to talk about a consequence (bottom)

Needless to say, nobody has ever been on purple. And I am not the kind of person that is afraid to give consequences, it just doesn’t happen!   I do have a fabulous class this year;)  Maybe it has to do with this sweet accountability and responsibility system.

This video links a website has great information on Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports! I hope you enjoyed this blog post! If you would like more ideas from me, be sure to follow me on Teachers Pay Teachers, Pinterest, and Facebook to stay posted with fabulous freebies and ideas!

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